The Lime Works by Thomas Bernhard
Look to other authors to give us stream-of- consciousness. In The Lime Works, novelist Thomas Bernhard instead relies on stream-of-hearsay. This tale of a failed author who murders his wife is presented in an in- direct, digressive narrative built solely from second- or third- or even fourth-hand accounts. And the reader will ultimately sit as judge and…
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